The archive programme promotes a flexible approach, using relevant, experiential learning to support young people to achieve a range of personal and employability skills and gain qualifications. Young people work together as a group on practical learning projects, which are designed to boost their confidence, improve self-esteem, attainment, behaviour, and attendance. These skills and personal qualities can support the young people to achieve more, both at school, and in the future.
The advisers running the programme can choose a combination of three or more relevant modules from the suit of five below in order to provide the tailored support relevant to their cohort. And provide sufficient evidence for young people to achieve the qualification in Personal Development and Employability. The activities marked with an asterisk below contribute evidence to help young people achieve the qualification.
These modules are designed to complement the National Curriculum for Excellence, in order that young people develop their skills, confidence and self-esteem in The Prince’s Trust Achieve programme and can take these skills into the classroom to help them re-engage with formal education.